Is it a violation of my privacy for my personal records to be requested for custody hearing?
05/10/2007 - Category:Divorce - Child Custody - State: AL #4445
I am in the middle of a custody hearing, the attorney for the father is requesting financial, cell phone bills, all insurance and personal records from me for depositions. Do I have any privacy rights to refuse to give this information?
Generally, any information that is relevant to the case or could lead to the discovery of relevant information is asked for and is subject to disclosure. The items you mention are commonly asked for and disclosed.
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05/10/2007 - Category: Child Custody - State: AL #4445
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